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Pa. Boys: Ryan boys capture title at Boardwalk Classic

Izaiah Brockington was not Archbishop Ryan's leading scorer on Monday night. But more important, the guy he covered was not the leading scorer for Monsignor Farrell (N.Y.).

Izaiah Brockington was not Archbishop Ryan's leading scorer on Monday night.

But more important, the guy he covered was not the leading scorer for Monsignor Farrell (N.Y.).

Brockington held Farrell star Nick Corbett to seven points as Archbishop Ryan won the Boardwalk Classic Frank McAlarnen Bracket title with a 55-39 victory at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

Brockington finished with 14 points and seven rebounds.

Austin Chabot led the Raiders with 19 points and went 6 for 8 from the line.

Corbett, a scoring point guard, has drawn interest from several Division I programs, including Radford and NJIT.

Best Athletic Association Invitational. Matt Cotton scored six of his 16 points in the fourth quarter to close out host Academy of New Church's 56-48 victory over Sankofa Freedom.

Charleston Rotary Holiday Tournament. Devon Goodman scored all 18 of his points from three-point range to lead Germantown Academy to a 64-47 victory over Pinewood Prep (S.C.) in Charleston, S.C. Kyle McCloskey added 18 points and 10 rebounds.

Dick Dougherty Holiday Tournament. John Kirkpatrick (30 points, 15 rebounds) put back a rebound at the buzzer to send Northeast to a 60-59 victory over Delco Christian at Bensalem.

Ward Roberts scored 21 points and made three three-pointers as host Bensalem beat Bristol, 69-48.

Franklin Roads Academy Holiday Tournament. Luke Irons scored 12 points for Central Bucks West in its 48-40 win over Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville, Tenn.

Great Valley Holiday Tournament. Will Esposto scored all 28 of his points after halftime as Harriton rallied past Avon Grove, 63-59, at Great Valley.

Marple Newtown Holiday Tournament. Dylan Higgins scored 21 points and John Hargraves had 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead Bonner-Prendergast past Phoenixville, 72-69, in overtime at Marple Newtown.

Jordan Ambrose had 18 points to lead Bishop Shanahan to a 63-45 win over host Marple Newtown.

Norristown Triangle Holiday Tournament. Justin Fleming scored all of his team-high 15 points from three-point range in Father Judge's 64-40 win over Pottsgrove at Norristown. Mike Power had seven assists.

Penncrest Holiday Tournament. A.J. Taylor had 25 points and nine rebounds as host Penncrest put away Calvary Christian, 64-34.

Primetime ESCIT Christmas Tournament - Frantz Massenat Bracket. Ryan Daly had 28 points and nine rebounds as Archbishop Carroll defeated Allentown (N.J.), 80-34, in the final at Trenton Catholic. Daly was named MVP. Josh Sharkey added 10 points and eight assists.

Primetime ESCIT Christmas Tournament - Doug Hice Bracket. Vinny Dalessandro scored 25 points and took home MVP honors as Conwell-Egan defeated host Trenton Catholic, 38-25. Kar'ron Johnson added six rebounds and six assists.

Radnor Holiday Tournament. Ahmadu Sarnor had 28 points and 15 rebounds to carry Collegium Charter past New Media Charter, 76-62, at Radnor.

Robert Hopf Memorial Tournament. Colin Mulvaney scored seven of his 22 points in the second quarter as host Jenkintown cruised past Calvary Baptist, 57-28.

Damian Washington scored nine of his 17 points from beyond the arc as Upper Moreland upended Franklin Towne Charter, 63-33.

Science Leadership Holiday Classic. Ben Simon scored 13 of his career-high 29 points in the fourth as Science Leadership stopped SLA-Beeber, 59-53, at Ben Franklin.

South Hunterdon Tournament. Mayes Lane (26 points, 13 rebounds, five steals) shot 10 for 13 from the free throw line in New Hope-Solebury's 55-44 win over Christian Academy at South Hunterdon. Brit Haseltine made seven steals for Christian Academy.

Surf-N-Slam Holiday Tournament. Tommy Strasburger racked up 19 points, 10 rebounds and five steals as Central Bucks East cut down Lowell (Calif.), 47-37, in San Diego.

William Tennent Holiday Classic. Pat McCauley scored seven of his 18 points in the fourth quarter as host William Tennent closed out Swenson, 48-32.